GOOGLE’S SATELLITE MAP GETS 700-TRILLION-PIXEL MAKEOVER


ROSE COVERED GLASSES

Google MapsGoogle Maps’s newest depiction of the San Francisco Bay area includes certain features, like the new span of the Bay Bridge, that just weren’t there in 2013. // Google/Landsat

“NEXT GOV”

More than 1 billion people use Google Maps every month, making it possibly the most popular atlas ever created.

On Monday  its users will see something different when they examine the planet’s forests, fields, seas and cities.

Google has added 700 trillion pixels of new data to its service. The new map, which activates this week for all users of Google Maps and Google Earth, consists of orbital imagery that is newer, more detailed, and of higher contrast than the previous version.

Most importantly, this new map contains fewer clouds than before—only the second time Google has unveiled a “cloudless” map. Google had not updated its low- and medium-resolution satellite map in three years.

The improvements can be seen…

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